Video FAQ – answers to your frequently asked questions

What Should You Do If You Were in a Car Accident and it was Your Fault?

When someone is the at-fault party in an auto accident, they often don’t report their injuries for fear of their insurance rates going up. In this video, Dr. Huffman explains why the at-fault party should be evaluated by a physician even if they do not think they have injuries. You can receive this medical evaluation from your phone by calling Florida Injury Medical Centers at (866) 402-4250 any time of the day, seven days a week.

If you need medical care even if you are at fault the auto insurer under Florida law must open up to $10,000 of PIP funds for you to access medical care and cover of loss wages as a well as other related expenses following a Florida car accident.  Read this article to learn about PIP reform that took place in Florida in 2023.

What is an Emergency Medical Condition (EMC)?

In this video Dr. Huffman, Medical Director at Florida Injury Medical Centers, explains what an Emergency Medical Condition or EMC is and why it is so important for someone who has been in an auto accident in the State of Florida to obtain one as soon as possible following a car accident in Florida.  The EMC which can not be issued by a chiropractor is a medical report issued by a medical physician that opens your Florida PIP funds from $2,500 to $10,000.

From the comfort and safety of your own home, you can see a board certified medical physician 24/7 anywhere in the State of Florida who will issue the EMC on your time schedule and the responsible Florida car insurer pays for the telemdicine visit.  Call 866-402-4250 now and have your EMC issued today.

Welcome to Florida Injury Medical Centers

Dr. Huffman, Medical Director of Florida Injury Medical Centers, helps patients who have been injured in auto accidents. He can be reached 24/7, anywhere in the State of Florida, at (866) 402-4250. The auto insurance pays for the visit. Dr. Huffman can order medications, x-rays, or MRIs, issue the EMC and get you into a medical injury clinic near you, from the privacy and safety of your own home.  It’s a simple text linked connection to your cell phone and the responsible car insurance pays for the telemedicine visit.

have more questions?  Check out our Auto Accident FAQ’s   If you still have questions contact us, we can help.